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One of the challenges teaching during Covid-19 has been how we adapt our resources and approaches to make sure that all learners feel supported, confident and that they are still making progress. Below you will find support and guidance for teachers of children with special educational needs.
Jessica Minaeian (Cambridge International) and Abby Osborne (University of Bath)
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Jessica Minaeian (Cambridge International) and Cambridge Teachers
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For parents of children with special or additional needs, educating and engaging their children may feel like an insurmountable challenge. Amanda Kirby discusses the opportunities, resources and experience of home schooling children with special educational needs.
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